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Today: Clear throughout the day. Low of 19° and High of 33° with a 8% chance of precipitation.
[Local][Weather]
Premier Doug Ford says Leamington and Kingsville, the two remaining communities in Stage 1, can advance to Stage 2 of reopening as of 12:01 a.m Tuesday.
[Provincial][Politics]
Ontario will end streaming in Grade 9, a practice critics have called discriminatory towards racialized students.
[Provincial][Politics]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named former Ontario NDP Premier Bob Rae as Canada's new ambassador to the United Nations.
[National][Politics]
China is warning its citizens to exercise caution in travelling to Canada, citing “frequent violent actions” by law enforcement.
[World][Politics]
Kanye West says he is challenging Donald Trump for the U.S. presidency in 2020.
[World][Politics]
The Toronto Raptors will face their first competition in more than four months when they play the Houston Rockets in a scrimmage on July 24.
[World][Sports]
RCMP say the man charged with ramming a truck through a gate at Rideau Hall was armed with 2 shotguns, a rifle and a revolver, and threatened the Prime Minister.
[Provincial][Crime]
A shooting at a nightclub early Sunday left two people dead and eight others injured in South Carolina.
[World][Crime]
Two Americans have been fined $1000 each for breaking Canada's COVID-19 quarantine rules after being spotted numerous times west of Thunder Bay.
[World][Crime]
If you shopped at Lowes between June 23 and June 30, you're being encouraged to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 until July 14.
[Local][Health]
Lowes Canada says one of it's Brantford store employees tested positive for the virus, the associate last worked on June 30.
[Local][Health]
The Brant County Health Unit is reporting one new case of COVID-19 Monday, meaning there are now two active cases in Brantford-Brant. .
[Local][Health]
The total number of positive cases recorded by the BCHU is 124 including 4 deaths and 118 recoveries.
[Local][Health]
For the first time in months, Ontario has recorded no new COVID-19 related deaths.
[Provincial][Health]
Ontario health officials reported a slight uptick in the number of new COVID-19 cases. 154 new cases were recorded Monday, up from the 138 reported on Sunday.
[Provincial][Health]
Ontario health officials reported 138 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday and two more deaths.
[Provincial][Health]
A single celled amoeba that can infect and destroy the brain has been confirmed in Florida. The Florida Department of Health says it's usually fatal.
[World][Health]
The World Health Organization reported a record level of a new single day increase of COVID-19 cases, over 212,000.
[World][Health]
You can now reserve a time at one of Brant's three splash pads which open on Wednesday.
[Local][Social]
Hamilton native and theatre star, Nick Cordero, has died at 41 after months of complications from COVID-19.
[Regional][Tech]
As the heat wave continues Brant's cooling centre at Syl Apps in Paris will be open until Friday, July 6th from 10-4.
[Local][Weather]
The City of Toronto is now using 50 automated speed enforcement cameras to issue fines to drivers who speed.
[Regional][Other]
A barn fire in Wellesley caused $300,000 in damage, but luckily the cattle inside were let out by people passing by.
[Regional][Other]
Three people, including a seven year old are in hospital after a reported campfire explosion at a campground near Perth.
[Regional][Other]
A military plane carrying Canadian troops to Latvia was forced to turn around and return home due to concern those on board might have been exposed to COVID-19.
[National][Other]
Paris' Louvre Museum, which houses the world's most famous portrait, the Mona Lisa, has reopened after a four-month coronavirus lockdown.
[World][Other]